Dear Dr. Prutow, I am once again blessed by your faithful work. I just finished listening to your sermon on I Tim 1:5 on the occasion of Pastor Demarest's ordination last July.
I was particularly impressed to hear your charge to Pastor that his work be constrained by God's love. You gave him a place to stand. Your word's give me a place to stand as well.
Again, my thanks for your encouragement through the word of God.
Hi Denny . . . Just a note to say that I did not attend the Westminster Conf this year,
but I did have the opportunity to read your paper re the confusion in the
Westminster Standards re the Law. You put your finger on a very
important point, and you clarified it nicely. And I was impressed by your insight that such a misunderstanding has led many to treat the Ten Commandments as a covenant of works rather than grace for the saved.... So, I'm just saying thanks.
In Response . . . . In response to Dr. Denny Prutow's sermon, "One Plan, One Gospel, One Covenant" @ College Hill Church I was so edified, fed, inspired to tell others. The church needs to hear this kind of Biblical exposition. I wonder if they know what they are missing. [From an e-mail to RPTS]
Great Sermon! One of the finest sermons on this subject ever. Actually, in my humble opinion, the BEST sermon I've heard on this subject. Maybe God is jusst opening my eyes and ears to see and hear, but I have been blessed by this preaching of His Word, particulary as I have wrestled with this topic. Prutow does an masterful job of explaining why it's not "let go and let God" and discusses how and why we are to PRACTICE holiness. Thank you so very, very much Prutow for putting this sermon here. I mean that sincerely, sir. From the bottom of my heart!
Great Sermon! What a great sermon. I love how you said a person after God's heart will be inclined always to do His will. I also love how you said that self control is really God control. What a wonderful way to put that! This was a powerful message to examine my own heart. Thank you!!!
Great Sermon! I've heard a lot of sermons about prayer, but NEVER one like this sermon. It just goes to show you how far removed from anything godly our culture has become that such words in this sermon would offend some people today, and I'll bet you they would.
You will appreciate the clarity and power in this sermon. Amen and amen.
DOWNLOAD THIS Sermon! The title just caught my attention because I've often wondered by that biblical phrase that makes up this sermon title. I heard this sermon twice, I felt so blessed by it. I cannot tell you fortunate we are to have access to preaching like this sermon here. Not only that, but Prutow has become one of my favorite preachers on this Web site -- I can't wait to learn more from him so that I might grow in the Lord and be a pleasing aroma to Him! Thank you so very, very much Mr. Prutow for making your messages available here!